After hinting at the possibility, and then seeing this mysterious billboard pop up in LA, Kanye West has confirmed to Vogue that he does in fact have a collaborative project with Drake in the works.

When speaking with Vogue, West revealed that he and Drake are “just working on music, working on a bunch of music together, just having fun going into the studio. We’re working on an album, so there’s some exciting things coming up soon.”

Kanye did not, and has still not, disclosed a release date for the project, as you'll have to check back with us for more surrounding the impending drop from Ye and Drizzy.

In addition to speaking on the collab album, Kanye also discussed his new brick and mortar adidas store that will be located in California. “Since that’s where I stay now. I can go by there most often, check in, get the vibe. But I want to do 200 stores in the next year,” he told Vogue. “That’s just me saying what I want. I’m not saying what can definitely happen but you might as well just state out loud what you want. That’ll put you one step closer to getting it.”

Talk also shifted to his open casting call for “multiracial women” to model YEEZY Season 4, adding that “The ten thousand people that showed up didn’t have a problem with it. How do you word the idea that you want all variations of black? How do you word that exactly?”

For Ye's entire sit-down with Vogue, follow here.

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